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1. What is your purpose? The first thing you need to identify is what is your purpose or goal with twitter. Some people use twitter for personal or social reasons. Some use it for professional development and to share ideas with others in their field. In our case, the purpose is to reach out to parents, educators, and schools to promote our service. My Town Tutors connects parents with local teachers who tutors.
We also want to share our blog and guest blogs with our followers. We have had some great posts over the last few months and are looking to attract readers and writers. We hope to provide insights that will make the job of being a parent and / or teacher a little easier.
2. Who is your audience? Our target audiences are teachers, schools, and parents. Our focus is on creating content that will be helpful to these groups.
3. What will you tweet? My Town Tutors wants to provide content that is useful to to teachers and parents. We often provide quotes relating to parents and teaching. In addition we have have a school joke of the day that we tweet each day at 6:00 AM. Both parents and educators can benefit from these clean jokes or riddles. Many are a little corny, however they often can bring a smile or chuckle. Why not start the day of with a good laugh?
4. What is your follow policy? Who will you follow? Will you follow back anyone who follows you? Do their interests really matter? Our policy is to follow educators, educational groups, such as teachers unions, parents, parent interest groups and educational interest groups. Our goal is to connect with parents and teachers. Please do not be offended if we do not follow everyone back.
5. What is your time commitment? How much time will you devote to twitter. Some people and companies can spend every waking hour on twitter. We try to interact as often as possible, however we do not want to be entirely consumed. Hopefully, we provide teachers and parents with some useful information.
We would love feedback!